A new line of brushes and an easy-to-use form for consistent sculptured nails have been released by Tammy Taylor Nails.
These new Russian red sable brushes have been in development for several months according to Tammy Taylor, president of the firm.
“These brushes are ideal for product application,” she said, “as they make it very easy to spread product consistently across the nail.”
Flat with a tapered end, this brush offers the advantages of a flat and round tipped brush.
“Our new brush has a flat ferrule, like a square brush for ease of product use, but still has a barrel like a round brush to hold liquid,” added Tammy.
Tammy Taylor’s new brushes are made from the finest materials, specifically designed for product use ... as are their new nail forms.
“This nail form is adhesive-backed, and when positioned will not wiggle out of place or shift during product application,” she said.
Intentionally designed for several advantages, the form is thick in weight, and made of a gold foil. Black type and lines have been added for increased visibility and consistent product application.
“By having these forms a bit thicker, they retain their shape so that you can set the c-curve before you apply product. This way you won’t get flat nails,” explained Tammy.
By highlighting the gold foil with black positioning lines, the technician has a visual guide for proper placement on the nail and for a consistent finished nail length.
The Tammy Taylor nail form is available 500 to a roll, $12 a roll.